Cycle Source Magazine Tests our Hybrid Heated “Cruiser” Gloves

When on a long motorcycle ride, comfort can make the difference between a fun ride and a terrible one. Professional long-distance riders depend on heated gear to regulate and adjust their temperature and therefore stay on the bike for longer periods of time. Heated motorcycle gear (like our heated Cruiser gloves) allow a rider to increase or decrease temperature settings and take charge of their personal comfort without the time-consuming process of removing or adding clothing.

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Venture Heat Hybrid Heated Cruiser Motorcycle Gloves

Our friend, Jeff, tested out our all-leather Cruiser heated gloves on his trip down from Columbia, South Carolina to Daytona Beach, Florida for Bike Week 2017. He noted the glove’s versatility and durability encountering considerable changes in weather conditions while on a Harley-Davidson Softail standard that he rode through the assorted climates and states.

Take a closer look at the gloves, here: Hybrid Heated “Cruiser” Motorcycle Gloves

And read the entire review here:

Venture Heat Saves the Daytona Ride

 

 

 

ESPNW Reviews Heated Base Layer Pants

Hello Venture Heat Fans,

Today’s article is an edited version of an original story from espnW. If you’d like to read the entire story, click here.

 

Gear we love: Six pieces that will keep you REALLY warm

By Cristina Goyanes | Feb 23, 2017
Special to espnW.com

Snow sport lovers, from novice to expert, might know the popular adage: “There’s no such thing as bad weather — only bad gear.” With the imminent threat of the polar vortex — gusts of unbearably cold air usually reserved for the Arctic — a regular puffer and gloves might not be enough to keep you comfortably warm and cozy for a wintery day outside.

With this in mind, I found six sweet pieces of gear that fit the bill, and I brought them with me to Alberta, Canada, where the temps ranged from 30 to minus-5 degrees Fahrenheit during my visit, to put them to the test. (Another major appeal for heading northwest from my New York City base: All Canadian national parks are free to the public this year to celebrate the country’s 150th anniversary. If you’ve ever wanted to cross the border, now’s the time!)

Here’s how each item helped me brave the elements and enjoy five days of cold-weather activities — snowboarding, snowshoeing, dog sledding and ice walking — in comfort and with a smile, minus one meltdown on the slopes (more on that below).

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The details: These fleece-lined long johns feature hair-thin microfiber heat panels woven into each knee and thigh and the lower back. An exterior controller hangs over your outer pant, so you can easily change the heat settings (low, medium, high) with the push of a button. A long-lasting, rechargeable, lithium-ion battery gets stashed in the right pocket.

How I tested them: A full day of snowboarding at Lake Louise Ski Resort and two half-days at Sunshine Village (both of which are located within Banff National Park), plus a two-hour dog sledding tour with Mad Dogs & Englishmen Expeditions over the frozen Spray Lakes in Kananaskis Country. The key moment: sitting at the top of a green run at Sunshine Village and having a five-minute meltdown in the snow.

What I liked: As a beginner snowboarder, I spent a lot more time on my butt and knees than upright. Whether I accidentally crashed or purposely plopped down to enjoy the breathtaking mountain views, these pants shielded me from the snow’s frosty bite. They really came to the rescue on day one at Sunshine Village: After a frazzled start to my morning (I unintentionally missed a private lesson) and an epic dismount from the chairlift (I lost my balance and cartwheeled off to the side), staring down my first green run of the season felt too overwhelming. Naturally, I sat in the snow at the top of the hill and cried — but just for a few minutes! The pants kept me warm, though, and soon enough, I was able to get back up and make my way down the mountain.

What I didn’t: The clunky battery sat on my hip in my right pocket. Because falling was a huge part of my day on the slopes, I worried about landing on this bulky block and smashing it against my bone. I got inventive and cinched the inner pocket carrying the battery above my waistline. This way, when I fell, it dug into my stomach, which was still uncomfortable but wasn’t dangerous. Also, I’m blessed with a bit more real estate in the backside. It would have been nice if my heat panel in the rear offered fuller coverage.

Are they worth it? No doubt, especially if you think you might find yourself lounging in the snow during your winter adventures. ($129.99, thewarmingstore.com)

Read the original article here on www.espnW.com.

 

Venture Heat Assists With Eagle Photography During Cold Winter

Every once in a while our friends that have purchased our products send us updates on what they’re up to while using our heated clothing. Just recently, Dixie Kurtz from Iowa sent us a nice note and a few photos of her photography club, the Quad City Photography Club, wearing our winter sports heated glove liners to keep their hands warm when out taking photos in the frigid temperatures of the Iowan winter.

“I am a happy owner of your glove liners. My husband bought them for me for Christmas. I do a lot of eagle photography and live in Iowa where it is sometimes extremely cold. As a member of a photography club I have talked these glove liners up to a few of our members and several have purchased them. I know of at least four people who I have sent your way. If I could have carried an inventory I could have made a few bucks, haha!

Anyway, we have a winter seminar every year which incorporates eagle photography. I’m enclosing a picture of two of our club members that bought your gloves already! The photo shows how cold it is here! Our website is  https://qcphotoclub.com/.

As you can see the glove liners can make for a great day!

Thank you again!

Dixie Kurtz

Vice President

Quad City Photography Club

P.S. Here’s an eagle shot that I took.”

Quad City Photography Club taking some outdoor photos with a little help from Venture Heat's heated glove liners

Quad City Photography Club taking some outdoor photos with a little help from Venture Heat’s heated glove liners

 

Photo of an eagle in flight, photographed by Dixie, while wearing Venture Heat's heated glove liners

Photo of an eagle in flight, photographed by Dixie, while wearing Venture Heat’s heated glove liners

Dixie and the Quad City Photography Club wearing Venture Heat Glove Liners

Dixie and the Quad City Photography Club wearing Venture Heat Glove Liners

Venture Heat Winter Show Schedule 2016 to 2017

Do we really need to justify attending a motorcycle show to you? In addition to the unveiling of new bikes from all the OEMs, the latest parts from aftermarket manufacturers, and incredible deals you can get at a show, we’ll give you one more reason to participate: try on heated motorcycle gear for yourself!

We’ll be at these upcoming International Motorcycle Shows (IMS) over the next few months. Come by our booth to see our new, innovative Hybrid powered gear and experience our proven heated clothing for yourself. We have multiple sizes and styles available, plus friendly staff at the booth to assist you with any heated motorcycle gear questions you might have.

  • December 9-11, 2016 New York, New York. At the Javits Center
  • January 6-8, 2017 Washington D.C.  At the Walter E. Washington Convention Center
  • January 13-15, 2017, Dallas, Texas. At the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
  • January 27-29, 2017 Cleveland, Ohio. At the I-X Center
  • February 3-5, 2017 Minneapolis, Minnesota. At the Minneapolis Convention Center
  • February 10-12, 2017 Chicago, Illinois. At the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
Long Beach IMS

I don’t always pretend like I’m riding a motorcycle, but when I do, I make “vroom, vroom” sounds.

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The Competition – How We Rise Above the Rest

In order to be a successful company in a competitive market, you’ve got to find a way to stand above your competition. So how do we do that? Easily, by offering quality products at a price that is more available to the masses. We don’t compromise our product just to lower the prices and take the lower market share. Instead, we do the opposite. We offer the very best products while still offering them at a price that nearly everyone can afford. Sure, the ticket price may seem high at first, but when you take into account the quality, lifespan and how it compares to our competition – it’s easy to decide who you should go with.

In fact, we’re the only heated clothing manufacturer that offers batteries and chargers as part of the purchase price, instead of having to purchase those necessities separately. Additionally, if you’re purchasing clothing or gloves from our 12 volt powersport line, you’ll receive a battery harness, free of charge.

We won’t nickel-and-dime you like the other guys; Why would we? We want you to be a customer for life; liking our products so much, that you reorder things and start to add to your collection of heated clothing.